Rabies is a viral disease transmitted through animal bites.

It affects the central nervous system, leading to inflammation.

Common carriers include dogs, bats, raccoons, and foxes.

Initial symptoms resemble the flu, such as fever and headache.

As the disease progresses, it causes anxiety, confusion, and agitation.

Difficulty swallowing, excessive salivation, and fear of water may occur.

Rabies is almost always fatal once symptoms manifest.

Immediate medical attention is crucial for potential exposure.

Vaccination before exposure and post-exposure treatment are available.

Prevention includes avoiding contact with wild animals and vaccinating pets.

Education and awareness are key to preventing rabies transmission.

Rabies is a deadly viral disease affecting mammals, including humans

Rabies is preventable through widespread vaccination efforts in both animals and humans